Product reviews: Starlight Xpress USB Filter Wheel
By: Matt Kelly
I am relatively new to the world of imaging but if there's one thing I've learnt straight away it's the less physical interaction there is between you and your imaging system whilst capturing the better. Especially if you're not rich enough to afford one of...
By: Dawn Young
There is nothing more magical than gazing upon the clear night sky. Its mysteries captivate imagination and spark creativity in children the minute they first gaze upon it. Children are easily intrigued by the wonder of the stars and the phases of the moon, so...
Product reviews: Revelation Astro 2.5x Barlow Lens
By: Matt Kelly
A good Barlow lense can be of enormous value to both the visual observer and the astrophotographer. I bought my revelation primarily for imaging although by now it has also got some good use visually. For those who are unfamiliar a barlow lens will magnify...
By: Leigh Goessl
September 2010 can make for some memorable viewing experiences for stargazers. One of the biggest highlights is experts say mid to late month is to be a great time to get a sharper observation of Jupiter. Jupiter and Earth encounter each other every 13 months...
By: Pamela Kay
Since the beginning of time, man has searched the night sky for answers to a myriad of questions and your kids are no different. As you teach them how heavenly bodies affect the Earth and that, some stars have fabulous stories their interest will grow...
Planet facts: Neptune
By: Adam James
Neptune is a planet of many wonders. From high winds to cold temperatures, it is also a very peculiar planet. Almost everything about it is different than the other planets. For example, its moon, Triton, is one of only three known moons that have atmospheres...
How to teach kids about the night sky
By: Carol Smock
Before video games, television and other modern entertainment, people used the night sky as a backdrop for storytelling. Imagination gave birth to the names of constellations. You can see stars best on a clear night, away from city lights. Some stars are visible during the...
By: Ann E. Smith
We all become children when looking up in awe at the star-filled night sky. It helps us gain perspective and it fills us with wonder. If you have children, the night sky is a wonderful thing to study and share with your kids. As almost...
Tips for star gazing
By: Amy Leland
An Evening of Stargazing Spending a night under the stars with a group of friends or a special someone can make for an unforgettable evening. There’s a kind of intimacy that can only be found when contemplating the vastness of the universe. To make...
By: Suzanne Rose
Many children love astronomy. A gift with this theme might be perfect for Christmas of 2010, and one of the following may be right for you. Apparel You will find a lot of clothing that is related to astronomy. They have clothing with beautiful scenes...

 

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